CS 102 (Spring 2003)
Late Policy

Success in CS102 depends critically on keeping up with the assignments. At the same time, we don't want you to be stressed out over deadlines. With this in mind, the the following late policy has been established. Please read it carefully so that you understand your options. Exceptions to this policy will be granted only in extreme circumstances, such as a documented illness that extends beyond one week.
Quizzes must be taken in class on the day they are given. No make-up quizzes will be given. A missed quiz counts as a zero.
Exams must be taken in class on the day they are given. If you anticipate that you must be away from campus on the day of an exam, you should notify the instructor by email at least one week in advance of the date of the exam. Include in your email the reason for the anticipated absence and a list of alternative times when you could take the exam. If you are ill on the date of an exam, you should provide the instructor with documentation of the illness and arrange for a make-up exam date as soon as possible. In any case, you must not discuss the contents of an exam with anyone between the time it is given and the time you take the exam.
Lab Assignments (on-time)
Your solutions to lab assignments must be submitted in your lab section, by the end of the section, on the date they are due. Your demos for lab assignments must be done in lab prior to turning in your lab.
Once your lab section is over, any demo/submission that should have taken place in that section will be charged a "Late-Lab" coupon.
Plan to start assignments right away, so you have time to complete them and get the help you need.

Lab Assignments (late)
Normally, a lab assignment turned in after the deadline will not count toward your lab total. However, we realize that the amount of time it takes to find all the errors in a computer program is often unpredictable, and that sometimes you may need to turn in an assignment after the deadline. Therefore, each student in the course has been issued some "virtual coupons" that may redeemed during the course of the semester as follows. Spend these coupons wisely, as no other extensions will be given. You are responsible for keeping track of how many coupons of each type you have already used.
  • Three (3) "Late Lab" Coupons: Each of these coupons entitles you to demo and turn in a single lab one week late, at the next meeting of your lab section. At the end of the semester, you will receive a 5-point lab bonus for each "Late Lab" coupon you did not use.
  • Important Restriction: In order to ensure that you are working on lab assignments that relate to recent course material, at most one coupon may be used per lab. For example, you may not use multiple "Late Lab" coupons to gain a 14 day extension on a single lab.

    If the CEC computer facilities are unavailable for an unusually long period, the deadline for an assignment may be extended at the discretion of the instructor. However, occasional brief outages are to be expected and will not result in an extension.

    Last modified 15:41:34 CST 14 January 2003 by
    Ron K. Cytron